Ceramic Painting Made Easy
Susan Penny, Martin Penny
David & Charles, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
This text presents a guide to painting ceramic surfaces. It shows how to decorate china at home, without the use of a kiln, using specialist paints commercially available. The finished product may be purely decorative, using cold-set ceramic paints, or durable with porcelain paint hardened in a domestic oven.
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